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30th January 2010, 01:02 PM |#501  
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I just prolonged my wireless service contract so I can get a leo/hd2 soon as I got the spare 150 euros for the fee. soon as I have it I will try helping here.

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Acer's just released kernel source for Acer A1, maybe it'll be of help to you...

that's a nice finding, thanks.

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http://www.global.acer.com/support/download.htm click System Software.
There is Aspire One Linux Source Code. But it will connect to ftp://csdftp.acer.com.tw which requires a login.

oh I think that's for a laptop device. anybody happen to know where the kernel source for the A1/liquid phone is?
30th January 2010, 01:20 PM |#502  
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I just prolonged my wireless service contract so I can get a leo/hd2 soon as I got the spare 150 euros for the fee. soon as I have it I will try helping here.



that's a nice finding, thanks.

edit:
http://www.global.acer.com/support/download.htm click System Software.
There is Aspire One Linux Source Code. But it will connect to ftp://csdftp.acer.com.tw which requires a login.

oh I think that's for a laptop device. anybody happen to know where the kernel source for the A1/liquid phone is?

http://global-download.acer.com/GDFi...cer&SC=EMEA_27

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30th January 2010, 01:37 PM |#503  
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thx mo! nice twitter.
30th January 2010, 02:01 PM |#504  
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thx mo! nice twitter.

Gracias my friend.

If you need anything?? I got a HD2 and a Acer Liquid
30th January 2010, 02:01 PM |#505  
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At least this kernel compiles flawlessly after removing -Werror, thanks to Acer. Haven't tested it yet, but I personally hope that it can be booted on S200 (hence, on Leo too)
30th January 2010, 02:02 PM |#506  
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xmoo,
Can you tell us what kind of bluetooth/wifi/fm chip A1 has? And is there any kind of vid-acceleration or oem player
30th January 2010, 02:35 PM |#507  
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at a first glance at the source the acer a1 doesn't seem to be very different from nexus
so tsamolotoff it should be all the same.

lol the acer kernel hackers don't understand how to use mach-types.

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Gracias my friend.

If you need anything?? I got a HD2 and a Acer Liquid

thanks bro I will try to get my own hd2 once I have the spare cash.
30th January 2010, 02:59 PM |#508  
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Can you tell us what kind of bluetooth/wifi/fm chip A1 has? And is there any kind of vid-acceleration or oem player

If you can tell me how to drop the full specs from the device, I would love to help you.
My A1 has soemthing special I can't tell
30th January 2010, 03:53 PM |#509  
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Well, I think that there's enough info in /proc and sure there're some android tools for hw info (well, I don't like android, so I don't know anything but that it's a dalvik-crap JIT
30th January 2010, 09:18 PM |#510  
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@NetRipper

have u submited u changes to the git branch?
30th January 2010, 09:26 PM |#511  
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Maybe this will give some info. This is what i get on HD2 booting android:

Code:
boot KERNEL=zImage INITRD=initrd.gz
Opening file zImage
Opening file initrd.gz
boot params: RAMADDR=10000000 RAMSIZE=10000000 MTYPE=2524 CMDLINE='lcd.density=210 clock-7x00.a11=500 msmvkeyb_toggle=off pmem.extra=1 gsensor_axis=2,-1,3 board-htcraphael-navi.wake=0'
Boot FB feedback: 1
Built virtual to physical page mapping
Allocated 870 pages (tags=60A00000/21c26000 kernel=60A01000/21c25000 initrd=60B92000/21a94000 index=60D62000/218c4000)
Built kernel tags area
Built page index
Video buffer at 49739000 sx=480 sy=800 mx=120 my=133
Video Phys FB=03839000 Fonts=218c2068
[email protected]/218c1000 sj=60D65000 stack=60D63000/218c3000 data=60D64000/218c2000 exec=218c1128
Reading 1640472 bytes...
Read complete
Reading 1899157 bytes...
Read complete
My config:

Code:
set ramsize 0x10000000
set ramaddr 0x10000000
set KERNEL zImage
set initrd initrd.gz
set init initrd.gz/init.android
set cmdline "lcd.density=210 clock-7x00.a11=500 msmvkeyb_toggle=off pmem.extra=1 gsensor_axis=2,-1,3 board-htcraphael-navi.wake=0"
boot
Then i get the nice dots colored from red to blue. Nice to see them!
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